Duration: 2-4 Hours
In this workshop, Dr. Edwards assists teachers in enhancing their instruction to meet the needs of diverse learners. Learn how to effectively use diagnostic, formative, and summative assessment data to inform and guide instruction. Investigate and apply differentiated instruction techniques as an approach to providing quality instruction in which the teacher adapts the content, process, and product of lessons in accordance with each student's readiness, learning style, and interests.
The participant will :
- Evaluate current instructional strategies for diverse groups
- Examine assessment data
- Identify how to differentiate for content, process, and product and utilize anchor activities and tiered assignments for higher-order thinking skills.
- Identify tools to help your struggling students keep up with instruction while helping your advanced students stay engaged, but challenged
- Create tiered lessons
Learning is not a one size fits all; therefore, what is taught, how is taught, and how to assess understanding must be determined in order to meet the needs of all learners.